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  • The addiction to experience has got to end in order to be free.
    Susanne Marie
  • God make us perfect. It is our mind that see's imperfection.
    Rev. Sam J. Shelley
  • The mystery of life makes itself accessible beyond time. Out of the silence of the One the multiplicity of life shows up undivided.
    Bernd
  • Nonduality is the seeing through the dream of apparent separateness.There are no separate individuals or objects.
    Mandi Solk
  • Satsang is not about being guru and student, it is about the simple wonder of coming into the beauty and joy of meeting each other in truth.
    John Siddique
  • Many of us have been told about the background I-AM, which I call the “male principle.” All the spiritual practices we have all been doing are concerned solely with strengthening this male principle I-AM. Practices like witnessing, abiding in the “I” or the Self, and actively raising the Kundalini up the spine, are all concerned with the male background I-AM.But there is another I-AM, a very important one. It has not been talked about, but presents itself again and again in our lives: The “Foreground I-AM”. That foreground I-AM is like Mother Kali who arrives with the noble motive of freeing us from our habitual tendencies (vasanas). But She then intensifies Her attack directly on anything we have latched onto, protected, or guarded. Ego is never really eliminated until Kali visits. Facing Her, the subtlest trace of ego that remains hidden in us is plucked out.
    Rajiv Kapur
  • We can only long for what we know to be true, somewhere deep inside. The shift that happens when what we know to be true moves from the background (covered up by mind), to the foreground, reveals our birthright: that we are all of Life, and not separate from it. I call this remembering, as we remember what we are, in truth. We long for something already inherently known. Follow the longing back to its root, it is your home.
    Susanne Marie
  • “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” ― Rumi
    Lyn Whiteman
  • In falling into the abyss of the One Heart, the peace of our nature reveals itself, with each thread of personhood.
    Bernd
  • Devote life to your true Self which is the Source of all life
    Alon Halel Geva
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